Developmental Science

Developmental Science is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering developmental psychology and developmental cognitive neuroscience that was established in 1998. The current editors are Denis Mareschal, Paul C. Quin, and Mark H. Johnson. Topics covered include: The journal has a 2010 impact factor of 3.53.

Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell
History
1998–present
Impact factor
3.530 (2010)

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Psychology & Psychiatry

New research finds a way to reverse children's racial stereotyping

New research by a University of Delaware psychological scientist and his collaborators across the globe has found a simple exercise that can undo the unconscious racial biases that young children have—biases that may begin ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Baby talk: Babies prefer listening to their own kind

A McGill University/UQAM research team has discovered that six-month-old infants appear to be much more interested in listening to other babies than they are in listening to adults. The researchers believe that an attraction ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Infant learning: Is more really better?

Many parents and caregivers believe that multi-sensory stimulation during infancy promotes developmental growth and learning, but researchers who conducted eye movement experiments on preverbal infants show that this is not ...

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